As for man, his days are like grass; he flourishes like a flower of the field; for the wind passes over it, and it is gone, and its place knows it no more. (Psalm 103 : 15-16) “In this life, all is Evanescent. Live for the now” (Carlyle Labuschagne)
Angkor Archaeological Park was declared as UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992 and at the same time it was listed as World Heritage in Danger. In 1993 UNESCO launched a major campaign to restore and safeguard Angkor. Thanks to the world. In 2004, Angkor was removed from the List of World Heritage in Danger. Let’s join our … More Weekly Photo Challenge : Angkor Archaeological Park
Today we celebrate the 200th birthday of Bogor Botancal Garden which located in West Java, Indonesia. So for this week’s challenge I want to share the pictures of it. For us, Bogor Botanical Garden is a preciuos Heritage. Before it was established as Botanical Garden on May 18 1817, it had been a part of man … More Weekly Photo Challenge : Bogor Botanical Garden
We’re going home. Finally it’s Friday.. We’re driving to the east at the sunset time, and the sky was getting darker. But then we realized : there’s still a ray of the light of sunset that reflected in our rearview mirror. As Desmond Tutu said : Hope is being able to see that there is light … More Weekly Photo Challenge : There’s still a light
“Ternyata dunia sempit ya… Bisa ketemu kamu di Berau… Pas aku juga tugas di berau. Tuhan punya rencana.” Berkali-kali aku membaca ulang pesan itu dan berkali-kali pula aku memutar ulang adegan saat pertama kali kami berjumpa di gereja St. Eugenius de Mazenod, Tanjung Redeb – Berau. Awalnya aku tak ada rencana untuk singgah di Berau, namun … More Somewhere Down The Road
Wat Ek Phnom is a temple from 11th century, located 13 kms north of Battambang. I can say that it is in Danger! Most part is collapsed and unstable. Some of the trees also getting removed to prevent the worse damage of the temple. I wish the government will do something to preserve this Angkorian temple.
The relief and carved stone in Angkor are in Danger! due to natural weathering and also of being loved so much. Too many people touch the relief and press the stone. But thanks to the Department of Monuments and Archeology for Apsara who has taken the emergency measures. Now most of the relief and carved stone are protected … More Weekly Photo Challenge : Love Me But Don’t Touch Me